Mid-summer: a time when temperatures rise, spirits soar and the most exotic cars finally come out of hibernation to play.
Castle Combe Circuit’s all-new track day event Supercar Solstice, held at the circuit on Saturday June 24, celebrates all things supercars at the very height of the summer season. In association with Bristol’s Queen Square Breakfast Club – the city’s monthly prestigious car meet – the circuit is set to play host to some of the world’s most exclusive four-wheeled wonders both on and off the track.
As well as the full-day, semi-open pit track day, there’ll also be an expansive display of intriguing sports and supercars in the Wiltshire circuit’s scenic grounds. With preferential parking for supercars, the circuit’s show paddocks are sure to be a sight for sore eyes!
Car Display Passes can be purchased for just £10 (+booking fee) and admit the driver and passengers entry to the event, while a full-day track pass costs £225 (+booking fee) and includes admission to the event, free passenger access along with a free bacon roll and tea/coffee!
If you’re not lucky enough to own a supercar, don’t fret: general admission passes are available at just £5 for adults.